South African Slime-Super-Slang for Meat. Derived from the Zulu word for meat being “inyama”. Popularized by the great DJ Dr Peppa.
*Note: Only used when speaking in English
Broer 1: So you left it on the grass next to the braai stand boyzen??
You: You know I can’t waste food so I had to eat the Mnyamelis
South African slang-term used as a direct substitute for the words “I’m sorry”. Pronounced as Hah-deh.
Big Bro: Who ate the mnyanelis I left in fridge?!
You: It was me big bro, hade.
A endearing term for the The best football club in Africa Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club.
Yoh MaSandawana game gang. They smoked Al Ahly 5-2 last week ko Atteridgeville!
Give me or pass me. It is a substitute for the word skyf. Pronounced as “Chair”
Che me the phone Broer, I wanna call someone to bring us Pipe.
South African slang term for “Please give/pass me”, pronounced as Sk-ey-f.
You don’t use an article (a, an or the) after the word. You just place the subject(what you want) directly after.
Please skyf pipe there. I wanna smoke quick.
slang commonly used in a Hip-Hop context for Hookah Pipe or “Hubbly-Bubbly”
Hade Broer, can you skyf pipe there?
South African slang word for brother, directly derived from the Afrikaans language
You peep that broer over there? He makes nca music!
A team that got beaten 5 - 2 by Sundowns (the best football team in Africa)
Don’t worry about that team. It’s an Al Ahly.
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